Class guides updated for level 90

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We finally updated our class guides to level 90.

While the rotation and talents parts were already valid for level 90, we still had to update stat priorities, hit/expertise/haste cap values, gems, enchants, consumables, profession perks, and best in slot lists.

This is a very large update and, although we checked to the best of our abilities, it is highly possible that some errors went undetected. If you notice anything wrong, we would be grateful if you could let us know ;)

Now, we will work with our friends from Ask Mr. Robot to harmonize the stat priorities between our two websites.

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